Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Pajero
The sunroof is the tilt up type with the manual turn mechanism.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on the year of your vehicle....
Earlier models had a sunroof wrench. The manual states that ..."the electronic sunroof system cannot be operated manually. The sunroof wrench that was used in previous models is not provided".
Now that may mean that if you had the wrench it could be operated manually.
I did find something else here :
NOTE: If there is a problem with the sunroof motor so that the
roof lid glass cannot close fully, use an Allen wrench to turn the
gear section of the sunroof motor to fully close the roof lid
Access seems to be just above the sunroof switch.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Not sure if this will help or not. but we have a silver 2003 oz rally. Our fuse for the sunroof is in the fuse box next to the battery, under the hood.
so check the box inside the car, and the two under the hood.
hope that help some, and you can find it.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
He need not stop to change from 4x4 hi to 2wd. He can also go from 2wd to 4x4 hi "on the fly" as long as the front hubs are locked, he is going straight and maintaining a steady speed. If the hubs are manually locking, he must exit the vehicle and lock the hubs. If they are automatic locking, in order to go from 2wd to 4x4 he must stop, put the vehicle in 4wd hi and pull off. Once he starts moving, the hubs will automatically lock, he can then switch from 2wd to 4wd hi and vice versa "on the fly". To unlock the hubs, he will need to stop, put the vehicle in 2wd and back up 3 ft. (remember, this is on automatic locking hub models). Hope this is helpful!
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
The switch could simply be bad. Take the switch out, disconnect the wire harness from the switch, take a paper clip and hotwire the two metal prongs together to activate the closing position. This will tell you if the switch is bad.
If this doesn't work you may try pushing the glass closed manually, the only problem being that you will not be able to close it tightly enough to keep out the rain and the motor will still think that it is in the open position. After you find the problem and you repair it, you will need to open the glass back to the open position to restart.
If the motor is bad and needs to be replaced, let your local dealership do it, because you do not want to be responsible for pulling your ceiling down. Ceiling boards are brittle and can snap very easily. The carpet can be pulled away very easily. The clips love to snap under pressure. If your local dealership breaks anything while repairing it, they will be responsible for replacing it. Expect to spend about $250-350 in labor plus parts.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
More than likely the gearing is worn out or loose. If one side seems to retract more than the other I would close it and disconnect it till its repaired. It can jar opened on a raining day you know ever so slightly making a mess for you
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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